One of downtown’s most beloved spas, this spot is especially known for its relaxed and comfortable environment.
The gleaming, slim tower housing the Park Hyatt New York is the Hyatt’s flagship for good reason. The refined rooms have a home-y feel while the common spaces have all the bells and whistles of a five-star hotel. There are countless Instagram posts of the breathtaking swimming pool, but like the celebrities who frequently stay here, there’s enough privacy whether you want to grab a drink in the Living Room bar or relax with one of the spa treatments.
This small, intimate spa focuses primarily on massages, facials and nail services, but the staff is best known for personalized attention. Every massage is tailored to your own needs, but you should try the Head-to-Toe Spa combo, which includes any 60-minute massage, any 60-minute facial, a 50-minute pedicure and 30-minute manicure ($279).
Having recently unveiled a renovation of its public spaces, Langham Place, New York boasts a residentially-inspired aesthetic, topped off by a multi-million dollar permanent art collection featuring the works of Alex Katz, as well as two brand-new 1,900 square foot penthouse suites designed by the famed French interior design retailers Roche Bobois. Nestled in the Midtown district and located between Bryant Park and the Empire State Building, the contemporary luxurious property’s 214 guest rooms and suites are some of the largest in the city. Each of them is furnished with indulgent amenities such as Swedish Duxiana beds and large marble-clad bathrooms with rainfall showers. Many are highlighted by views of the iconic Manhattan skyline that is framed by oversized windows. Foodies will enjoy the French and Italian Riviera inspired Ai Fiori, a Michelin-starred restaurant from Chef Michael White’s Altamarea Group, located on the hotel’s second floor. Encompassing the hotel’s entire third floor, The Gallery at Langham Place, has the capabilities to host meetings, events and social gatherings of all sizes.